HORNBEAM GRANGE

Hornbeam Grange is a small group of converted barns, set back from the road at the end of a tree-lined gravel drive and enveloped by open fields which provide an idyllic, peaceful, rural location on the outskirts of Cricklade.

THE ACCOMMODATION

These family holiday cottages offer a traditional ‘cottagey’ feel, with modern furnishings, creating an excellent fusion of old and new. Underfloor heating powered by a low-carbon heat-pump ensures a cosy and relaxing stay. The gardens with paved patios have beautiful views of the lake and the rural landscape of Wiltshire.

THE AREA

The surrounding countryside makes this an ideal location for walking, running or cycling. Both golf and horse riding are also available locally. The idyllic setting of Hornbeam Grange provides a haven for wildlife, local Roe Deer groups make frequent visits to the adjacent fields and Birds of Prey are regular visitors to the skies of the immediate area.

 

 

The Dairy (P)

Sleeps up to 4
New Listing

• 10 min drive to the Cotswold Water Park
• 2 x bedrooms & 1 x bathroom
• 1 x double & 1 x twin
• Broadband included
• Pets considered on request (charges apply)
• Sorry, no smoking
• Linen, towels and utilities included
• £200 refundable security deposit is required

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The Dairy Parlour (P)

Sleeps up to 8
New Listing

• Two separate but linked properties
• 10 min drive to the Cotswold Water Park
• 4 x bedrooms & 2 x bathrooms
• 2 x doubles, 1 x twin & 1 x bunk bed
• Broadband included
• Pets considered on request (charges apply)
• Sorry, no smoking
• Linen, towels and utilities included
• £200 refundable security deposit is required

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The Parlour (P)

Sleeps up to 4
New Listing

• 10 min drive to the Cotswold Water Park
• 2 x bedrooms & 1 x bathroom
• 1 x double & 1 x bunk bed
• Broadband included
• Pets considered on request (charges apply)
• Sorry, no smoking
• Linen, towels and utilities included
• £200 refundable security deposit is required

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NEARBY

The Saxon town of Cricklade, the first town on the Thames, offers much for the visitor. The charming High Street nurtures a wide selection of amenities including a Tesco supermarket, award winning butcher, traditional grocer, a micro-brewery, several quality pubs, and a variety of restaurants.

Tourist highlights are the National Nature Reserve at North Meadow, home to the rare ‘Snakeshead Fritillary’ flowers in the Spring and singing skylarks, the splendid 12th Century church and the Swindon & Cricklade Steam Railway.

The nearby Cotswold Water Park has outstanding sporting facilities for all ages including water skiing, cable wake-boarding, sailing, clay pigeon shooting, wildlife walks and angling. Cricklade also has a Leisure Centre with a gym and swimming pool.

Cirencester, the Capital of the Cotswolds, is within a 15 minute drive. Offering a comprehensive range of shops and services including Waitrose, a wealth of varied independent shops, well regarded restaurants and unique cafés. There is much Roman history and the Amphitheatre to explore. Polo at Cirencester Park and Eventing at both Gatcombe and Badminton are excellent chances to sample the infamous British Summer Social Season.

Swindon, 9 miles distant, has a comprehensive range of shops and services, including the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet shopping village, in addition to a full range of entertainment venues; Cinemas, Iceskating, Bowling, Softplay, Karting plus many more.